It’s finally time for Bollywood to show off its ability in the south. This isn’t the first time Bollywood women have appeared in South Indian films, but the competition is expected to be fierce this year. From Deepika Padukone to Alia Bhatt, here are the actresses scheduled to make their big entrance in the South, but not for the first time.
Raveena Tandon: KGF Chapter 2
Raveena Tandon is ready to return to the big screen after an absence of more than three years in the forthcoming Kannada film K.G.F: Chapter 2. However, the actress recently disclosed that KGF 2 will be her second Kannada film after Upendra, which she featured in nearly 22 years ago.
Deepika Padukone: Nag Ashwin’s next with Prabhas
Deepika started her acting career in 2006 with the Kannada film titled Aishwarya. The actress who rose to stardom with her role in Om Shanti Om in Bollywood began her career in the South industry. And now, 15 years later, she’ll be seen opposite South superstar Prabhas in Nag Ashwin’s flick. The film’s title, however, has yet to be announced.
Alia bhatt: RRR
The Dear Zindagi actress is scheduled to appear on the South’s silver screen, directed by none other than SS Rajamouli, one of the region’s most well-known filmmakers. Alia will appear in the film as Sita. Ram will be played by Ram Charan. The films also stars Jr NTR and Ajay Devgn among others.
Ananya Panday: Liger
Ananya is having a great time right now! She’s already completed three films and won one in the Southern film business during her three-year stay. If you follow her on social media, you’re definitely aware of her next film Liger, which she’ll be starring in alongside Vijay Deverakonda. The film is a sports drama that will hit theatres in September of this year.
Kriti Sanon: Adipurush
Adipurush is a Ramayan adaption starring Telugu actor Prabhas and Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan as Lord Ram and Ravan, respectively. In the part of Sita, Kriti Sanon will be seen romancing South superstar Prabhas. Mahesh Babu, by the way, was her co-star in her maiden film, the 2014 blockbuster “1: Nenokkadine.”